New Delhi | Jagran Technology Desk: Reliance Jio Fiber has announced two add-on prepaid vouchers for Jio Fiber subscribers. The two new add-ons are Rs 351 monthly plan and Rs 199 weekly plan. The new vouchers will help the subscribers if they exhaust their existing data. The new vouchers can be used alongside the existing Jio Fiber prepaid plans.

The new add-on vouchers offer the same benefits as the existing Jio plans, which offer unlimited voice calls alongside data access and complimentary TV video calling. The Rs 351 Jio Fiber voucher will provide 50GB high-speed data at 10Mbps download speed for a month, while the Rs 199 voucher offers unlimited data access at 100Mbps for a week.

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According to an update released by Reliance Jio, the Rs. 351 Jio Fiber voucher is available as FTTX Monthly Plan-PV - 351. The voucher cost comes to Rs. 414.18 with applicable taxes, while the Rs. 199 weekly prepaid plan voucher that is listed as FTTX Weekly Plan-PV - 199. The weekly plan offers unlimited data access at 100Mbps for a week. On the other hand, the Rs 351 voucher offers 50GB high-speed data at 10Mbps download speed for a month.

According to the official listing, both the new add-on vouchers are available for ‘customers possessing a compatible Customer Premise Equipment’. The Customer Premise Equipment (CPE) is available in two different variants at refundable security deposit options of Rs. 3,500 and Rs. 1,500.

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The Jio Fiber subscribers can avail of the new add-on vouchers through an auto-debit mode using their phone’s core balance. Also, the subscribers can get the plans by using the eligible recharge mode.

The Reliance Jio had earlier discontinued the Preview Offer for new Jio Fiber subscribers. The move came as Jio will now start generating revenues from the paid plans it offers. The new subscribers will get the connection according to the paid plans. 

Posted By: Talib Khan